All Kinds of News for May 08, 2019
Aspen, Colorado: Jamie Blume, founder and CEO of Along Their Way will present at Aspen Connect's "Helping Our Teens Through Family and Community" at the Aspen District Theatre on May 20, 2019. Aspen Connect offers live-streamed inspirational conversations of global interest, bringing communities and businesses closer together. The goal of this conversation is to get a clearer perspective on the issues teens, young adults and their families face today and to provide the tools and resources to help them cope and thrive within their communities.
Jamie Blume is a professional mentor and a holistic wellness coach. She is also a parent of a teenage boy whose prior struggles brought him through a wilderness program in Utah and a therapeutic boarding school in Montana. Jamie and her 19 year old son Eli will both speak at Aspen Connect and will share their perspectives, stories and experiences. They will candidly discuss the parallel parth of challenges associated with Eli's journey through depression, anxiety, substance abuse, treatment and recovery. Speaking together for the first time, Jamie and Eli hope to shed light on the struggles so many teens, young adults and their families face today. The live streamed event can be viewed on www.aspenreallife.com and it will be featured on www.alongtheirway.com.
Jamie's personal experiences led her to create Along Their Way, from her understanding that for those struggling, and for their families, the road toward healing can feel overwhelming, draining and lonely. But as Jamie explains "Real change can and does happen when families work together."
About Along Their Way
Along Their Way, LLC, is dedicated to helping parents nationwide navigate their way around and through the circuitous path associated with a teen or young adult in crisis. Based in Denver, Colorado, Along Their Way offers parents nationwide mentoring and wellness coaching support. Jamie mentors parents by phone, Skype, or in person to help navigate the daily challenges, assignments and expectations associated with having a child in treatment. She also supports clients on their own path to better self-care, self-discovery, and self-acceptance through her holistic coaching program.